How the stories we tell others are important to ourselves.
Michael Tuck is an Episcopal priest currently serving the two Episcopal congregations in Lenox Massachusetts (Trinity Church and St. Helena’s Chapel). Prior to coming to Lenox, Michael served as the Episcopal Campus Minister at Brown University and as the assistant at St. Stephen’s Church in Providence, RI. In his secular life, Michael worked as a human resources consultant with the Hay Group specializing in job design and compensation analysis. Michael studied Theology and Pastoral Studies at the College of the Resurrection (Mirfield, UK) and completed and MA with Distinction from the University of Leeds (UK). Michael graduated from Brown University with an AB (Honors). Throughout his ordained ministry and in his secular career, Michael has been fascinated with people’s stories and how they understand themselves.
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